The Chief Planner Roundtable is a public forum for Torontonians to discuss key city-building challenges, and to identify innovative "drivers for change". The Roundtables are founded on a platform of collaborative engagement, where industry professionals, community leaders, and city staff can discuss ideas about pressing issues in an open creative environment. A variety of options for roundtable participation are available including attendance in person, watching the live-stream via the internet, and contributing to the conversation via twitter, comment cards, or e-mail. The flexible and informal forum enables the City Planning Division to form new partnerships with community and city-building advocates, other city Divisions, the private sector, academics and beyond. The Chief Planner Roundtable reinforces City Council's Strategic Plan Principle of community participation, and the Official Plan Policy of promoting community awareness of planning issues.
Information on future roundtables in 2016 will be posted on this website as details become available.
Check out previous roundtables, including panelist bios and presentations.